Beko Soup Maker Review

Beko Soup Maker

Over the last year, I have been working with Beko as part of their #EatLikeAPro campaign.

This has involved putting some fabulous Beko appliances through their paces and using them to encourage healthier eating whilst still being convenient enough to cope with our busy family life.

Now is the time of year where we crave winter warmer food and I like nothing more for lunch than a bowl of steaming hot soup with some crusty bread, so I was very excited by my latest arrival – the Beko Soup Maker.

The Soup Maker comes with five programmes – chunky soup, smooth soup, sauce, crushed ice and auto clean. There’s also a ‘keep warm’ function and 5-speed settings, which allow you to use the Soup Maker as a regular blender or manually ‘pulse’ an ingredient. 

The Beko Soup Maker was easy to assemble, straight from the box. Simply pop the base on the side, sit the jug on the base and pop on the lid. It holds itself onto the worktop with suction pads on the base, making it feel really secure. The jug has a 1.75l capacity, so the perfect size for a family or batch cooking and is made from tough, heat resistant Borosilicate glass.

It was the instructions that really threw me though, as they were almost non-existent. You literally add all the ingredients into the jug, select the program you want and press start – that’s it. The soup maker will cook and blend your soup into a perfect consistency. It really is super simple!

It starts by cooking the ingredients, which takes 25 minutes on the smooth setting and then blends it at the end of the cooking cycle. I was slightly concerned that the soup maker would take off when it started whizzing up the ingredients, however I was reassured that if the jug or lid isn’t sitting right, the programme won’t start until it’s in the correct position.

I love that I can load the machine up with ingredients before I go to work and can come home to a nice warm, homemade soup at lunchtime.

Like the Vacuum Blender I reviewed in September, this machine also a handy self-clean setting that works with warm water and a drop of dish liquid to leave your machine spotless, without needing to take it apart.

I cannot wait to try out some more soup recipes, although I think Leek and Potato will always be my favourite:

Leek and Potato Soup Recipe

  • 4 x Large Leeks
  • 1 x Medium Onion chopped
  • 2 x Medium Potatoes (peeled and diced)
  • 50g Butter
  • 850ml Vegetable Stock
  • 250ml Milk
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

The Beko Soup Maker has an RRP of £99 and is available to buy direct from Beko or AO.com. You can find out more about the campaign and check out lots of healthy family recipes over on the Eat Like A Pro website here.

27 thoughts on “Beko Soup Maker Review

  1. angie says:

    what an awesome product making one of our favorite dishes even happier thanks for sharing

  2. Courtney says:

    Omg!!! How did I never know such a thing existed!!!??? I love making soup! So need one!

  3. I love new appliances in the kitchen and this one looks awesome! I would love to check this out and make my own soup!

  4. Nikki says:

    What an easy and convenient way to make to delicious soup! I’ve never heard of Becko before but their appliances look amazing!

  5. Kate says:

    Never heard of such a thing, but looks like a kitchen must-have…especially during the winter months!

  6. Louise says:

    This sounds like such a great soup maker. Do you think it blends really finely or do you get great chunks of stuff still in there once blended? The kids love soup but hate lumps so won’t eat home-made ones lol

    Louise x

  7. Christa says:

    A soup maker isn’t something I think I needed until I read this post! This is such a great time of year for warming soups, and I hate buying canned soups. Adding this to my Christmas list!

  8. I haven’t seen this before. We love soup at our house and we’d use this probably 3-4 times away for at least half of the year.

  9. Crystal says:

    Ok, I’m embarrassed to say that I had no idea a soup maker existed. I bet it makes soup making a lot quicker.
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  10. Shar says:

    Okay this sounds like an appliance I need in my life! I had no idea soup makers existed! Adding this to my Christmas list now 🙂

  11. thats a nice lookin soup maker! I love winter for making a good warm soup
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  12. That’s so interesting. I know so many people who would dig this a lot; including me. I really like Soup. Great gift idea.

  13. Laura Dove says:

    Oh we love our soup maker! I dont know how I coped without one, it’s so useful for winter!

  14. We eat lots of soups in our home and we use pots and blenders so this Beko one pot soup maker sounds like something I definitely need.

  15. Kerry norris says:

    Looks like a good one. I’ve only ever made them in a pan and this defo looks easier

  16. Alexandra says:

    I have heard a lot about soup makers lately, so it was interesting reading your review – thank you for your thoughts, and the lovely recipe!

  17. Olivia says:

    I have a Ninja- do you have those there? How do you think they compare?

  18. Sara says:

    I’ve never heard of this appliance before! I love making soup, but have always used a slow cooker or something similar. I’ll have to give this a try!

  19. Anne Wright says:

    that looks oh so refreshing. would definitely love to try this soon.

  20. Lisa says:

    I love making soup especially in winter, so this could come in very handy! I never knew this even existed!

  21. That sounds like a great appliance – I love making soup so I might need to get one for myself!

  22. Kirsty says:

    It’s a shame there isn’t much is terms of instructions as I would have liked a bit more I terms of what to use or ideas like recipes. Great that it was quick and easy to put together tho

  23. Sarah says:

    Sounds like a delicious recipe, I absolutely LOVE homemade soup! It’s 100% my favourite meal, but I cant always be bothered washing 10 pans to make a bowl of soup, so I really need this soup maker in my life!
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  24. What a yummy soup recipe. The soup maker is really handy.
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  25. Melanie says:

    What a fab looking soup maker. Perfect timing for soups too with this cold snap xx

  26. Jenni says:

    Ooh I need this in my life!

  27. Anosa says:

    What a dandy looking soup maker, I have been making soups a lot lately and this would have come in handy.

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